I'm certain there is a very simple answer to this, unfortunately I do not know this answer. Here's the question: Hubpages lists a page view count which is higher than the page view count listed on Adsense. Why the disparity? I made certain I was getting the tally for the same time period. For example, I made certain I was looking at the 30 days category for both Adsense and Hubpages but there was still a difference. Does Adsense need time to catch up?
Thanks to all or any who answer.
5because only 60% of the time does the adsense ads have your adsense - ID - the 40% its HP's own Id - so your adsense views should be about 60% of what you see in analytics or the stats on HP
This is a good place to start learning about impression sharing:
As Lissie mentioned your adsense views should be right around 60% of your total views. However it can be lower than that for a couple of reasons, 1) if you're content is edgy or obscure sometimes google won't show an ad at all, 2) some people use ad blockers so they will see your page but no ads and no ad impressions will be counted.
by Favorites 8 years ago
Anybody please tell me what is the difference between page views and page impressions, because I dont get the same number of page views on my hubpages statistic page and page impressions on my google adsense report.I hope to get a reply soon.Thanksfavorites
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